Becoming Your Employer’s MVP

Getting along well with your employer and co-workers can be more challenging than doing the work you were hired for. Enjoying them helps make your job fun. Employees who master the skills necessary to get along are highly valued. They are often MVPs -- Most Valuable Persons. Being named an MVP is a big honor in any organization. Such recognition comes from dedication, hard work and application of proven basics.

Publication type: 
Policy brief
Date published: 
Sunday, July 1, 2001